Yeah, there are those collectors who search for that "closet queen" and will pay way more than any sane person would. But finding those is really rare and many collectors are willing to pay a bit less for a guitar which has had a well-done neck reset and refret if it is otherwise cherry. It is still collectable though it won't fetch an astronomical price. There are only so many nearly un-played mint examples out there and even a guitar with a reset and refret will eventually increase in value, possibly more percentage wise than that totally original example due to supply and demand. I notice that collectors aren't paying much attention to belt buckle marks anymore.